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Tre Cime Alpine Dairy

The Tre Cime Alpine Dairy in Dobbiaco offers interesting insights into cheesemaking.

In the Tre Cime Alpine Dairy, the milk from the Upper Pusteria valley is processed into South Tyrolean mountain cheese and other delicacies. The history dates back to 1882, when the Dobbiaco Dairy Cooperative was founded, to produce milk, cream, butter and cheese. How the cheese is made, how it matures and how the famous holes get into the cheese - all this can be experienced in the show dairy.

A little museum at the beginning of the tour shows a review into bygone times but also into the today's life of the farmers of the valley. Films show the cheese production which you can also witness from the visitors' gallery. The tour goes on to the ripening cellar, where the delicacies are stored and mature.

The here manufactured cheese of course can be tasted and is on sale in the shop. The tour is barrier-free and the interesting guided tours are offered in German, Italian and English language.

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Admission

single admission:
€ 4.00 per person
€ 7.20 per person (with small tasting)*
€ 8.90 per person (with large tasting)*

groups (10 and more persons):
€ 3.70 per person
€ 5.00 per person (with cube tasting)
€ 6.80 per person (with small tasting)*
€ 8.50 per person (with large tasting)*

* bread and a drink is included

free for children under 8 years

More information

Guided tour from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 am to 6.30 pm in high season, no guided tours in low season (except for groups of 10 and more persons).

The best time to see all the single steps of cheese production is from Tuesday to Friday between 8 am and 1 pm.

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